How helping is it to get married,for how long it is happy feeling to be married?
Or after some time one starts to think to have personal space and lonely time due to lot of interference from family life for self.
by Harish Mamgain 5 years ago
Why are the stable marriages rare these days ?It is an unfortunate phenomenon these days that couples part ways very soon and enter into new realtionships just to experience a fresh break up. When I think about a marriage relationship, I see it as a relationship that we enter into calling someone...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
Why it is best for people not to marry until at least their late 20s to early 30s because duringthat period, they would have had experienced & experimented with varied lifestyle & relationship options, have attained the necessary education, & have a stable career?
by Mariko Lewis-Davis 8 years ago
How long did it last? What did you do to overcome it? Where you tempted to find a intimate connection whether it be mental, emotional, or physical? Are you still lonely? How long have you been married? Did you get a divorce out of loneliness?
by confused guy @ 42 9 years ago
I have been married to my wife since 93 and we have no kids. We both suffer from bouts of depression and am starting to wonder if we would be better off apart. I have been spending more and more time with distractions such as Facebook instead of being engaged in the relationship. I find myself...
by Denise W Anderson 4 years ago
Is loneliness just something that happens or is it a choice we make?Many people are lonely. Is there something that they can do about it, or is it the result of their circumstances in life?
by Jewels2940 4 years ago
I know that getting married young was probably the first sign that marriage was maybe a bad idea, but a marriage isn't going to work when only one person is putting forth an effort to make it work. I was 22 when I got married; I thought that I was happy until my husband quit his job. I understand...
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